Already Gone ready to rock Back Bowl
EAGLE, Colorado – High-country rockers, Already Gone, will take the stage for a free show tonight at 8 p.m. at the Bowlmor Lounge at the Back Bowl in Eagle. For a band that seamlessly moves between genres so well, the member’s backgrounds couldn’t be more diverse; the members come from a variety of regions and have taken very different paths to this stop on their musical sojourn. Whatever the catalyst for their individual migrations though, it’s the audience who benefit from the blending of diverse talents. Over the last several years, Already Gone has become one of the most in-demand party bands in the region, playing at many of the top musical venues and festivals across the Western Slope. And, while they are a cover band, make no mistake, they bring their own original energy to each song. The breadth of their set list is as diverse as the banditself, with selections that weave through classic rock, R&B, funk, blues, country crossover and good ol’ rock n’ roll.Comprised of drummer Eddie Muniz, Jean Graca on bass, lead guitarist Mark Chenoweth, Randy De Herrera on alto sax and keyboards and fronted by the gritty and powerful voice of vocalist Lisa Popish, Already Gone achieves that special synergy on stage that is never a given and has been forged over years of collaboration and honing their craft. De Herrera’s keyboard and horn work, especially, adds those extra elements that provide a full and robust sound that few local bands are able to match. This show is part of the Back Bowl’s Jammin’ at the Bowlmor music series, designed to showcase some of the best musical talent from around the state and the region. There is no cover charge and there are always a variety of food and drink specials to enjoy before, during and after the show. For more information, call 970-328-BOWL or go to http://www.thebackbowl.com.
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